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The Hit (12-Sep-1984)

Director: Stephen Frears

Writer: Peter Prince

Music by: Paco De Lucia

Producer: Jeremy Thomas

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Broadbent
Actor
24-May-1949   Oscar-winning oddball English actor
Willoughby Gray
Actor
5-Nov-1916 13-Feb-1993 Sir John Stevens on Howards' Way
John Hurt
Actor
22-Jan-1940   Alien
Fernando Rey
Actor
20-Sep-1917 9-Mar-1994 The French Connection
Tim Roth
Actor
14-May-1961   Pulp Fiction
Terence Stamp
Actor
22-Jul-1939   KNEEL TO ZOD

CAST

John Hurt   ...   Braddock
Tim Roth   ...   Myron
Laura Del Sol   ...   Maggie
Terence Stamp   ...   Willie Parker
With
Bill Hunter   ...   Harry
Fernando Rey   ...   Senior Policeman
Freddie Stuart   ...   First Man
Ralph Brown   ...   Second Man
A. J. Clarke   ...   Third Man
Lennie Peters   ...   Mr. Corrigan
Bernie Searl   ...   Hopwood
Brian Royal   ...   Fellows
Albie Woodington   ...   Riordan
Willoughby Gray   ...   Judge
Jim Broadbent   ...   Barrister
Manuel De Benito   ...   Juan
Juan Calot   ...   Priest
Quique San Francisco   ...   Kidnapper
Joaquin Alonso   ...   Kidnapper
Jose Luis Fernandez   ...   Kidnapper
Camilo Vilanova   ...   Kidnapper
Carlos Lucena   ...   Uniformed Officer
Miguel Garmendia   ...   Tavern Keeper
Carlos Zabala   ...   Young Basque
Eneko Olazagasti   ...   Young Basque
Patxi Barko   ...   Young Basque
Xavier Aguirre   ...   Young Basque
M. Carlos Tristancho   ...   Garage Attendant

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